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Golden Boy's Egawa Wins Inheritance Suit Against Brother

The Nagoya District Court ruled on Wednesday that manga creator Tatsuya Egawa's (Golden Boy, Tokyo University Story) older brother must pay roughly 23.7 million yen (about US$292,000) to him by March 1, concluding an inheritance dispute between the two that occurred after their father died in 1999. Egawa originally sued for roughly 35.2 million Yen (about US$433,000), and Judge Shinya Kurata determined that one half of their father's savings as well as the income derived from the rental of his real estate, about 29.1 million yen (about US$358,000), was Egawa's share of the inheritance. After accounting for withdrawals Egawa made from his father's account, the figure of 23.7 million yen was reached.

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Ranma13988d ago

From what i understand, golden boy is an under rated anime about a pervert.

It sucks to see manga creators fighting amongst each other

Tuxedo_Mask3987d ago

Haha, he's not technically a pervert. He dropped out of law school right before graduating in order to go on a journey to study life. He would have graduated, but the story is about him trying to gain knowledge through the real world. It's pretty good, you should check it out.

Lavalamp3986d ago

So it's Catcher in the Rye: The Anime?

Tuxedo_Mask3986d ago


No, because he's 25, not 17, he knows how to handle himself for the most part, and he's pretty much the exact opposite of depressed, unlike my interpretation of Holden Caulfield.